How can new initiatives like Open Science and Open Innovation boost European research, industry, and social welfare? How can we ensure that European collaboration can be enhanced despite current challenges? And what is the contribution universities, and researchers can make to address some of Europe’s fundamental problems?
The Guild Policy Lab on Humanities, Social Sciences, and Open Science and Innovation brings together some of our leading scientists who have worked on Open Science and Open Innovation. They will examine the opportunities of Open Science and Open Innovation for research in Humanities and Social Sciences and how European institutions can best engage with it. Finally, they will discuss the potential for shared networks, research and communication flows for researchers in the Humanities and Social Sciences.
Please register until 11th March here.